Encounters on the Camino de Santiago by William Beahen
Natural, Human, and Divine

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"By 2008, Bill Beahen had reached one of life s critical turning points. His recent retirement from an entirely satisfying career with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police had been a wrench, especially since he had no clear idea of what the future would hold, aside from a vague concept of wanting to help those of need in the community. Moreover, he was about to marry a wonderful woman and he was considering how he could best contribute to a successful union.

A longstanding and close friend suggested that he walk the Camino de Santiago de Compostela in Spain. Bill was attracted to the idea. After a stint of rigorous training, he set out on April 30, 2008, to cross the Pyrenees Mountains in the first stage of the journey.

What took place over the next thirty-two days led to a life transformation for Bill through his experience with nature, his interactions with fellow travellers, and a growing awareness that he walked with God. His questions were answered; but much more than that, the journey led him to a new awareness of his purpose in life. "
 

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Published October 17, 2012 by General Store Publishing House. 240 pages
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